[Vulnerable Share] Would You Have Hired Me?

You probably don’t know this about me, but I have epilepsy.

I started having seizures at 17… totally out of the blue. Outside of my family and close friends, I didn’t tell anyone out of fear it would affect their perception of me or my chances of getting a job.

One day, at a retail job right before my corporate years, I had a seizure. 

I was alone in the office but thank goodness I was on the phone and the person on the other line was able to call 911 for me.

I don’t have seizures anymore (they’re controlled on medication) but this “disability” could have caused a huge stigma for me in the workforce.

There are lots of disabilities that exist that nobody would ever know about and that don’t impact the quality of work people can produce. 

Leaders are saying there are not enough workers out there, but are they looking at all the possibilities.  There is a huge opportunity to build partnerships with veteran, disabled & retired communities (often overlooked altogether).

It takes a true leader to be open to take the time & train talent. 

To be willing to look at things through a different lens.

To see the opportunity & not the problem.

Are you struggling to find talent?

Have you explored all the possibilities? 

Don’t be afraid to consider these communities.

You just might find your best employees. 

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